Roughlock Falls

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  1. Neophyte Photographer

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    One of my more well known shots :)

    Shot on color film with my dad's old Canon AE-1. Awesome camera:)

    Comments please!
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    nice composition and color, but the large blown out area on the rock is a distraction.
     
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    what a horrible shot! too bad you had to get your feet wet for this one... and you sold more fotos of it than me.... still i hate it!! lol jk bud!
     
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    which area are you talking about? All the rocks look fine to me :dunno:
     
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    think he is talkign about 3/4's down the water running over the rocks... then again! What does JonMikal know anyways?:lmao: :lol: :p
     
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    Well that area of water(not a rock! :) ) is blown out on the negative so I can't do much about it :(
     
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    Nice work, I wonder if a polorizer, or ND filter would have helped out in this situation
     
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    I had a polarizer and a UV filter on :)
     
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    tried burning it in with PS?
     
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    Nothing there in the original to burn :(
     
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    Gorgeous fall colours and the silkiness of the water works perfectly. Other than the burnt out area on the rocks, perhaps it needs to be rotated a tad to the right
     
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    I like the colors -- very fall. I like the waterfalls in the top half of the photo.
     

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